Daniel 4:1-37 – A King Brought Low

As Nebuchadnezzar’s story draws to a close, we are faced with a question: what was God’s purpose in dealing with this king, and what should we learn from his experiences?

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(Preaching through Daniel. This sermon was preached at the Dewey Church of Christ on July 2, 2017.)

Daniel 2:1-30 – Humble Courage

Daniel was able to maintain humility despite being in incredible circumstances. How was he able to stay humble while being so bold, and how can we emulate him?

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(The audio is sketchy for the first 5 minutes, but it gets better, I promise. Preaching through Daniel. This sermon was preached at the Dewey Church of Christ on April 2, 2017.)

Judge Not

It is not uncommon for people to use “Judge Not,” found in Matthew 7:1, as a kind of “Get-out-of-jail-free” card. What does Jesus actually saying about judging others in Matthew 7, and are we using that phrase correctly?

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(Preaching through the Sermon on the Mount. This sermon was preached at the Dewey Church of Christ on April 30, 2017.)

How to Be Forgiven – Psalm 51

Do you ask for forgiveness, or do you take it for granted? What is your attitude toward your sin and God’s mercy and justice? How do you approach the throne of God in guilt? As we examine David’s lowest point, there is a lesson to be learned about forgiveness.

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(This sermon was preached at the Dewey Church of Christ on October 23, 2016.)

Preaching Through John – He Must Increase (John 3:22-36)

If anyone had cause to boast, it was John the Baptist, a person foretold in prophecy, born miraculously, and the baptizer of Jesus himself. Yet, it was he who uttered the phrase that should be adopted by every disciple: “He must increase, and I must decrease.” What does this phrase mean, and how can it become effective in our own lives?

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(Preaching through the Gospel of John. This sermon was preached at the Dewey Church of Christ on August 14, 2016.)